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Orchids often have to fight against diseases and pests because despite an optimal supply of nutrients, water and light, plant diseases and pests can still affect your Orchids. And even small mistakes can lead to diseases and pests when caring for your exotic beauties. But don't worry, in this guide we'll teach you about the most common diseases and pests. #mygarden #mygardencom #orchids #diseasesandpests
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Mealybugs are a fairly common pest of orchids, especially Phalaenopsis. At first glance it looks as though the plant has some sort of cottony white fluffy mass on its leaves. Closer examination reveals a wingless insect that is feeding on the plant's tissue.
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Find out how to prevent, identify and treat orchid pests and disease. Plus, get special tips on how to care for a sick orchid.
As orquídeas costumam ser plantas resistentes, que dificilmente ficam doentes. No entanto, todo orquidófilo em algum momento já se deparou com este
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Phalaenopsis and other orchids respond quickly to any problems in their environment. Pimples are one of the signs of trouble. The first step in treating dark spots on orchid leaves is diagnosing the problem. Some phalaenopsis have naturally speckled leaves, so it can be a natural coloring. However, staining the leaves can also signify a bacterial or fungal disease. Bacterial leaf spot is quite common among orchids and can be aggressive and dangerous to phalaenopsis.
Orchid leaves should be upright, stiff and bright green. If your orchid’s leaves are leathery and limp there is a watering problem.
Orchid health begins at the roots. If you're having trouble with your orchid, checking out the roots should be the first step in understanding what might be going wrong. Tip 1: They Want to Be Free! It's important to understand that orchid roots are designed to absorb and fe
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Stem rot most often afflicts Phalaenopsis and Vanda orchids and can be deadly if left untreated. Learn to identify, treat and prevent stem rot, or collar rot, in your orchid. #Orchid #OrchidCare #Phalaenopsis #StemRot
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Get your orchids the biggest blooms by identifying these orchid growing mistakes new gardeners tend to make. (With fixes)
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